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Not Easily Conquered Melanie Rowland
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In 1945, Steve Rogers jumps from a nosediving plane and swims through miles of Arctic Ocean to a frozen shore. In 1947, Steve Rogers marries Peggy Carter. In 1966, the New York Times finds the lost letters of Sergeant James Buchanan Barnes.
Nothing Personal Robin Chappell
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Set against the backdrop of the Clinton/Lewinsky Scandal in 1998, “Nothing Personal” is about feeling lost in a marriage, and lost in other peoples expectations. In the world of changing roles, it’s about finding what your role is. It’s about Angela Barnes-Treworthy, a Senators Wife caught in the malaise of being inconsequential in her husbands life, when she used to be anything but. Placing her husband’s career above her own growing feelings of depression and worthlessness, she sliding into a depression that will squeeze her dry. It’s about Gabe O’Connor, Writer cum Bartender, still waiting for the inspiration to write the Great American Novel but caught up in working his dead end ...
Of A Seedless Generation Dalton Brink
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Old Saint Paul s William Harrison Ainsworth
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This edition of Old Saint Paul s A Tale of the Plague and the Fire by William Harrison Ainsworth is given by Ashed Phoenix - Million Book Edition
Panther & Me! Mama B Mccarter
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Have you ever been shocked or appalled to see a dog wearing a vest while in your neighborhood, grocery store, restaurant, movie theater, church, or even your school? Have you ever thought to yourself or commented out loud to a service dog owner that he or she doesn’t look disabled? If yes, then rest assured that you’re not alone. In her new book, Panther & Me, Barb unveils her personal true story to answer commonly asked questions through her read, color, and learn methods. With enthusiasm, the writer wants everyone to understand the importance of service dogs and the truths surrounding them. As a matter of fact, this book is applauded by a group of service dog handlers who are discrimi ...
Paul the Victim Mathias Ssekanjako
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I have much pleasure to present this book in the English version so that even those readers who cannot understand Luganda can enjoy the beauty of Ugandan literature. This book is originally known as “Paulo Kirimuttu” was written by C S Kalinda in Luganda. It is first translated into English by Omega M Ssekanjako in 2020. It portrays a story of a young man who wrestled with the norms of the traditional society as a result of his exposure to Western culture. In the end, he was psychologically, emotionally and mentally traumatized and he committed suicide. The English author of this book Mathias Omega Ssekanjako is a junior writer who has a great zeal to promote African literature to ...
Pawns in the Sugarcane Christopher Jacobellis
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Pawns in the Sugarcane is an action-packed story based on American covert operations on the island of Cuba months before the outbreak of the Spanish American War. This work of Historical Fiction tells the story of an American officer and his six Marines that were sent to Cuba under orders in the guise of army deserters. Their mission was to train members of the Cuba Libre and survey possible landing sights for potential offensive operations against the occupying Spanish. Our hero finds intrigue when his orders take him to places he wasn't supposed to go. He and his men find themselves in situations that test the boundaries of his authority and mission when they collide with the realitie ...
Pawns in the Sugarcane Book II Christopher Jacobellis
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Pawns in the Sugarcane Book II is the thrilling sequel to Pawns in the Sugarcane. It’s a fictitious story set in 1898 Cuba, just at the outset of the Spanish American War. This little written about chapter in American history plays as the perfect backdrop for this tale of international intrigue. The story followed the life of Luke Sheehan, a United States cavalry officer who finds himself placed in a precarious position near the closing days of his commission. Pawns in the Sugarcane leaves off with Captain Sheehan languishing in a Bermuda Prison, where he is being questioned by Chief Inspector Yardley of Her Majesties Bermuda Constabulary in regard to the murder of a Spanish officer an ...
Play Me Get Played D.L. GRIFFIS
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Orenthal Fisher was no longer fighting in the gulf war. He was back in his home town of Raleigh, North Carolina living a peaceful life with his beautiful wife, Kate. He traded in his war uniform for a business suit at the bank he worked, his Humvee for a BMW he cruised the streets everyday. Instead of being a fighter, he became a true lover to the lady who stayed faithful to him his entire journey away from home. No man could have asked for more, except for Orenthal fisher himself. As faithful Kate was to him, she was never enough when it came to sex. To Orenthal, having one was like missing out on something else. And when it came apparent to Kate that Orenthal was having his cake and e ...
Points of Who Craig Hogan
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In Points of Who, Elsie Shaw finds herself in a dangerous relationship. Already a single mom at twenty- two, she meets her ideal man. Just when Elsie discovers she is pregnant with his child, he turns violent. Did I mention ideal? Not so much. Using humor as her ally, Points of Who (P.O.W.), gives a quirky voice to an abuse victim trying to make sense of her untenable circumstances. Elsie’s self-conscious sense of humour, irony, and optimism combine with a cast of characters who serve as mirrors to her situation. A wry commentary set in the eighties, a road trip literally and figuratively, we are along for the ride with Elsie as she wisecracks her way through love, self-help, violence ...

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